Mende Kikakui Number 10
everson at evertype.com
Fri Jun 10 17:25:46 CDT 2016
On 10 Jun 2016, at 23:20, Ken Whistler <kenwhistler at att.net> wrote:
> On 6/10/2016 2:59 PM, Doug Ewell wrote:
>> How does one represent the values 100 and 1000 in Mende Kikakui? Is it
>> not with ONE + HUNDREDS and ONE + THOUSANDS respectively?
>> If so, then how is encoding 10 as ONE + TENS any different? Am I
>> missing something?
> Nope, you got it right: 10 = <1E8C7, 1E8D1>. Put ligature glyph for 10 (with the dot) in your Mende
> Kikakui font. Problem solved.
If that’s better than just using SYLLABLE PU, OK, but please document that in the standard. It is a little non-intuitive. Well, at least a little non-obvious.
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